Chen Xiying

Standard Name: Chen Xiying

Connections

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death Ling Shuhua
Sasha Su-Ling Welland , her great-niece and biographer, notes that her last words were, I won't die.
Welland, Sasha Su-Ling. A Thousand Miles of Dreams: The Journeys of Two Chinese Sisters. Rowman & Littlefield, 2006.
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Her husband Chen Xiying died in 1970, and her ashes are buried in his tomb near Lake...
Family and Intimate relationships Ling Shuhua
During his youth, Chen spent a decade in Britain, studying literature at Edinburgh University, then moving to the London School of Economics to take his doctorate in politics and economics with Harold Laski ...
Family and Intimate relationships Ling Shuhua
The intensity of their relationship is clear not only in Julian Bell 's accounts of his feelings but also his remarks in letters about her suicide threats when they discussed ending their affair and the...
Family and Intimate relationships Ling Shuhua
Ling Shuhua married Chen Xiying , a literary critic and historian who founded the Contemporary Review, an important publication venue for the Crescent Moon Group of writers based in Beijing.
Laurence, Patricia Ondek. Lily Briscoe’s Chinese Eyes: Bloomsbury, Modernism, and China. University of South Carolina Press, 2003.
102-3
Friends, Associates Ling Shuhua
The Crescent Moon Society , a salon for modern Chinese authors with which Ling Shuhua was affiliated, was founded by a group who included Xu Zhimo and Chen Xiying (the latter of whom she would...
Occupation Ling Shuhua
While Ling Shuhua and her family were living in Paris instead of London (during her husband Chen Xiying 's term as a UNESCO representative), she began exhibiting and selling her landscape paintings at galleries in...
Occupation Ling Shuhua
While Chen became Chair of Foreign Languages (and later Dean of Arts), LS was disqualified from official employment because she did not have a degree from a foreign university. She was able to teach some...
Occupation Ling Shuhua
Soon after the establishment of Wuhan University , Ling Shuhua and her husband Chen Xiying took up posts there, moving to their campus home on Luojia Mountain.
Welland, Sasha Su-Ling. A Thousand Miles of Dreams: The Journeys of Two Chinese Sisters. Rowman & Littlefield, 2006.
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Residence Ling Shuhua
In 1927 the life of LS and her husband in Beijing became untenable owing to growing political conflicts between communist forces and an alliance of warlords and imperialists, along with the growing power of Chiang Kai-shek
Residence Ling Shuhua
Ling Shuhua and her daughter arrived in St John's Wood, London,, having left China to join Ling Shuhua 's husband , whose career had taken him to London, an uncomfortably postwar city.
Welland, Sasha Su-Ling. A Thousand Miles of Dreams: The Journeys of Two Chinese Sisters. Rowman & Littlefield, 2006.
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